Chalamet admits that he, like many young actors, was worried about making enough from acting to pay his bills.
Bill Pullman sits for a career Q&A where he goes in-depth on his most famous roles.
When Lucas Hedges has to cry on cue for a scene, it’s something he stresses about, but it’s something he’s developed a technique for in his films.
In the 45-minute interview, Jeffrey Wright discusses Westworld and his career at length.
Leah Remini talks about how actors feel about auditioning — and what actors need to hear about auditioning.
“It’s not about leaving my identity behind — it’s about not just being shackled to…
Looking back at David Fisher on Six Feet Under, Michael C. Hall says that he understands criticism when heterosexual actors play LGBT characters.
Jeremy Jordan on Broadway’s ‘American Son’: “The second I read it I knew I wanted to be a part of it”
Jeremy Jordan goes into detail about getting into character, his return to Broadway and how his portrayal changed since rehearsals.
Actress Viola Davis talks about the challenges of performing, including how important collaboration is in acting.
Benedict Cumberbatch speaks about the glee of playing a villain and the fun of unleashing his imagination in the world of Dr. Seuss.
Actor Robert De Niro speaks about his past work and why he prefers film to the stage.
Timothée Chalamet on ‘Beautiful Boy’: “I was more terrified to see this movie than anything I’ve ever been in before”
Timothée Chalamet speaks about his role in the film, Beautiful Boy, where he plays a drug-addicted teen.
Kellan Lutz talks about his role, working with Travolta and his decision to move to LA and become an actor.
Actor Adam Driver has taken a unique path to the acting profession, here he talks how his journey brought him to acclaim and stardom.
Emily Blunt on the most daunting aspect of the role, director Rob Marshall, and singing songs from the original film.
Interview: Schuyler Fisk on ‘Every Other Holiday’, Auditions and Playing a Younger Version of Her Mom, Sissy Spacek
Schuyler Fisk also talks about her acting career, getting her SAG card and Christmas movies.
Here’s what you need to know about auditioning and marketing strategies to be a successful voice over actor!
Mulligan also talks about figuring things out on set, her worst audition and more!
Director Joel Edgerton initially thought he didn’t need to give Kidman direction, and why she told him that he should.
The two actors talk about acting and their roles in the film.